Metcal Offers Solutions for Challenging Soldering Applications at IPC APEX EXPO

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Metcal, a global leader in manufacturing bench tools and electronics assembly equipment, today announced plans to exhibit in Booth #2247 at the 2020 IPC APEX EXPO, scheduled to take place from February 4th through 6th at the San Diego Convention Center in California. Metcal’s new products in Soldering and Fume Extraction categories will be showcased and demonstrated.

Soldering Systems

Metcal will show its Connection Validation (CV) soldering systems for standard, ultra-fine and high thermal demand soldering applications. The new CV hand-pieces and assorted cartridges transform the CV-5200 soldering system into the solution for even the most challenging soldering applications. A variety of hand-pieces are now available with several unique cartridge geometries in different temperature ranges.

In addition, Metcal will be showcasing new soldering products expected to be released later this year.

Fume Extraction Systems The VFX–1000 is Metcal’s newest Fume Extraction system and the next generation of under-the-bench fume extraction solution. Its improved airflow provides higher efficiency and its enhanced filtering options allow for a wider range of fume extraction applications.



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